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Shopping in Saskatoon has gotten a make-over. With several recent store additions such as Sephora, Bath & Body Works, Victoria Secret, and Guess, Saskatoon is quickly becoming known for quality shopping. With six different shopping malls spread throughout the city, fashion and fun are never far away. Saskatoon is a great destination for those stylish guys and gals who are on the hunt for independent labels and eclectic fashion choices that aren’t found in every other city.Looking for a special souvenir gift? Head over to the Riversdale District or walk down Second Avenue in the downtown core. In the historical district of Broadway, you will find niche shops offering handcrafted clothing, consignment accessories, specialty cheeses, stained glass, pottery, and other environmental and socially sustained products. Be sure to explore 33rd Street which is also a great ‘hidden gem’ in the city, with a large variety of vintage, antique and second hand shops just waiting to be discovered.For your day-to-day needs, head to one of our supercenters at Preston Crossing, Blairmore or Stonegate. No matter what you are after, we have you covered.
If you love food, come to Saskatoon – it is that simple. The dining experience is unrivaled with local ingredients and creative dishes featured on menus across the city. Lovers of ethnic cuisine will find authentic Mexican, Burmese, Indian, Thai and Jamaican restaurants. Focussed on healthy options, or have specific dietary requirements? Rest assured, there are plenty of amazing veggie and gluten-free eateries and bakeries to choose from
Catch a great film or some live music at the Broadway Theatre, Canada’s only non-profit, community-owned cinema – now powered by the sun! Additional must-see venues include: the Persephone Theatre (Remai Arts Centre) at River Landing, Village Guitar and Amp Co. in Riversdale, and The Bassment in the downtown core.
A great night out in Saskatoon can go so many different ways, but the festivities almost always kick off with a few beverages and great food. The recent addition of The Woods Alehouse, the city’s first homegrown alehouse, is a must see! LB Distillers is quickly becoming the go-to brand for local vodka and other spirits. Perhaps you are looking for a cheap wing and beer night, or gearing up to watch the Roughriders play at Sports on Tap, or opting to sip wine at The James Lobby Bar – whatever you choose you will be among friends.
Saskatoon | Paris of the Prairies.
Saskatoon is nestled on the edge of nature and offers visitors countless outdoor activities to enjoy. Our renowned Meewasin trail is home to beautiful pathways that wind along the South Saskatchewan riverbank and displays stunning views of both downtown and the forested riverbank.The active person can take in an abundance of adventures like canoeing along the river, bike riding, golf, tennis, skating in the Cameco Meewasin outdoor skating rink, hiking the trails at the Beaver Creek Conservation Area, or hitting up any of the nearby provincial parks.With long hot summer days and winters that will keep you moving, Saskatoon is a wonderful destination for the outdoor enthusiast.
Saskatoon is proud to offer countless opportunities for families to laugh, play and learn together. From outdoor attractions like the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, to the splash park at River Landing and the Cameco Meewasin outdoor skating rink along the riverbank, families visiting Saskatoon can find year-round outdoor fun. Photo credit Tourism SaskatoonFamilies looking to run wild and burn off some energy and adrenaline will find adventure at places such as the Fun Factory, Apex Trampoline Park and Crickle Creek, which all offer a variety of games, children’s activities and plenty of open spaces to play. Get a bird’s-eye view of our beautiful city from the brand new Ferris wheel at PotashCorp Playland at Kinsmen Park!Those who want to experience a bit more culture, history and learning will be rewarded at local attractions like the Western Development Museum, the Children’s Discovery Museum, and Wanuskewin Heritage Park – all of which offer a unique perspective of our local culture and history that visitors of all ages will enjoy
Saskatchewan people are well-known for their love of sports – and not just of our beloved Roughriders! From golf, tennis and kayaking in the summer, to cross-country skiing, outdoor ice-skating and hockey in the winter, Saskatoon is home to countless sporting activities and has many facilities to support both competitive and recreational sports.
Fans have plenty of teams to cheer for in Saskatoon. Head to Sasktel Centre and see the Western Hockey League’s Saskatoon Blades in action on the ice. Stop by Griffiths Field on a Friday night to watch the University of Saskatchewan’s Huskies football team under the lights, or check out the Shaw Centre and experience world-class diving and swimming.
Saskatoon is a breathtaking destination in every season, but winter is really special. There’s something about the hoar frost that graces the tree-lined streets and the South Saskatchewan River as ut winds through the city’s downtown that makes you stop and truly appreciate the wonder of mother nature. It’s a great thing, seeing how a city changes from one season to the next. Winter is a big part of what makes Saskatoon special and our citizens embrace a whole new set of activities in this snowy season. Cross-country skiing, Lacrosse games, trampoline parks, kicksledding, dining, craft breweries, hockey, snowshoeing, even record-breaking snowball fights are included in this video.. And while it’s certainly true that winters in Saskatoon can be frigid, it doesn’t stop residents and visitors from getting outside and making the best of it! From ice skating on one of Canada’s best outdoor rinks (we’ve got the award to prove it!), to snowshoeing on the river valley at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, or simply cozy up with a glass of wine and the one you love in front of a fireplace at your favourite restaurant, Saskatoon offers endless options for experiencing a winter that is both warm and cool.Need some inspiration for a few of the best ways to get out and enjoy our winters? Here are our top suggestions:Have you ever heard of kicksledding? This sport and mode of transportation is popular in northern Europe, but it is just starting to catch on in Canada. It is an excellent way to get a great cardio workout, and get where you are going! If you are excited to try right away, go to Escape Sports where they can rent you a kicksled for $15 per day.Popular with families in Saskatoon is tobogganing at Diefenbaker Park, or on Pest Hill in the George D. Archibald Memorial Park North.
Another leisurely winter activity to enjoy is the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink at PotashCorp Plaza, with its new warming area. Skate rentals are available by donation, and there are lots of restaurants nearby to grab a coffee or hot chocolate to go!For those looking to enjoy the outdoors while attending one of Saskatoon’s most loved events, be sure to check out the WinterShines Festival with cool things to do, outside and inside! In addition to the amazing ice sculptures, petting zoo, and Soup Cook-off, there is also a Winter Camp in the City and Ice Cycling. A new winter festival to our city is the much-anticipated Frosted Gardens, taking place at the Bessborough Gardens. From amazing ice sculptures to an ice bar, ice maze and ice bowling, this event is one that is sure to heat up your winter!Cross country skiing: Ski trails are maintained along the east and west banks of the beautiful South Saskatchewan River and in a variety of parks and open spaces throughout Saskatoon. Trail updates are available by calling (306)975-3300 (Monday to Friday), or visit the City of Saskatoon’s Cross Country Skiing page. The Nordic Ski Club also offers lessons for children, youth and adults in Kinsmen Park.
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Saskatoon Public Schools operates 49 elementary schools, 10 secondary schools and 3 associate or affiliate schools in Saskatoon and surrounding area. The offices of the Saskatoon School Board are housed in the Eaton’s Building. en.wikipedia.orgText under CC-BY-SA license
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The University of Saskatchewan is the largest education institution in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s top research universities (based on the number of Canada Research Chairs) and is a member of the U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities (the 15 most research-intensive universities in Canada).The university began as an agricultural college in 1907 and established the first Canadian university-based department of extension in 1910. There were 120 hectares (300 acres) set aside for university buildings and 400 ha (1,000 acres) for the U of S farm, and agricultural fields. In total 10.32 km2 (3.98 sq mi) was annexed for the university. The main University campus is situated upon 981 ha (2,425 acres), with another 200 ha (500 acres) allocated for Innovation Place Research Park. The University of Saskatchewan agriculture college still has access to neighbouring urban research lands. The University of Saskatchewan’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) facility, (2003) develops DNA-enhanced immunization vaccines for both humans and animals. The University is also home to the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, which is considered one of the largest and most innovative investments in Canadian science. Since its origins as an agricultural college, research has played an important role at the university. Discoveries made at the U of S include sulphate-resistant cement and the cobalt-60 cancer therapy unit. The university offers over 200 academic programs. Duncan P. McColl was appointed as the first registrar, establishing the first convocation from which Chief Justice Edward L. Wetmore was elected as the first chancellor. Walter Charles Murray became the first president of the university’s board of governors.en.wikipedia.orgText under CC-BY-SA license